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Full text of "United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 34, 1959 Index"

NavMed 369 




UNITED STATES NAVY 




iiiii*i* rir 




Rear Admiral Bartholomew W. Hogan MC USN - Surgeon General 
Captain Donald R. Childs MC USN - Editor 



INDEX 



Volume 34, Numbers 1-12 
3 July through 18 December 1959 



Medical News Letter, Vol. 34, Index 









Medical News Letter, Vol. 34, Index 



A B C WARFARE DEFENSE, course in, 9:13 ■ 
Abdoitiina] pain, syatemic causes, Part I, 5:3; Part EE, 6:2 
Accident reports, OpNav Farm 3750-3 (Rev 5-58), 8:39 
AcDuTra FY 196D 

commanding officers, seminars for, 1:27 

disease vector control, 1:27 

disease vector and economic peat prevention and control, 
J:27 

diving tnedicine, 2;26 •' 

Hospital Corps, 2:26 ■ • • - ■' • .- " 

Hospital Corps Class "A" Schools, 2:26 

life sciences, seminar in, 2:26 't '* 

medical militaryj 1:27 • _ •■ • 

MSTS ships, 1:27 ' " ■ •■ ■ ■ ' - 

national resources conferences, 2:26 ■■ • . ■ *. . 

pay for, acceleration of, 5;E9 '■ ' ' " 

research methods, senn-inar in, 2;E6 

ship activation (Res. Fleet), 2:26 

submarine and diving medicine, research seminar, 2:26 

submarine medicine, on-the-job, 2:26 
A. D. A, , Navy exhibits at session of, 6:21 
Address to graduating interns, 2;20 

Air turbines (dental), operation of, 10:23 ' " 

Alcoholism, medical profession responsibility, 3:15 
Amenorrhea, sign of chronic liver disease, 5:15 
American Board Certifications 

active (Regular and Reserve), 4:22 ' ■ 

inactive Reserve, 8:30 ' •' '' 

Ainerican Board of Obst. fi* Gynec , examination* Part I, 

5:22, Part U, 11:17 
Annerican College of Surgeons, NMRI participating with, 

8:17 
American Phar. As&n. , 2:28 

American Society of Clinical Pathologists, NMS participat- 
ing with, aatf 
Amniotic fluid, emboli srr., 2:16 .. - • . 

Anemia ' ' - • •• . *■ * 

aplastic, caused by industrial &r therapeutic chemicals, 7r3 

of rheunn,atoid arthritis, 7:12 

sickle cell, roentgen changes in, 8;8 
Anniversary of Dental Rating, 12;24 ' - = • 

Anorganic bone, heterogeneous, host response to, 9:20 
Antacids, biochemical and economic considerations, 2:10 
Antibacterials, misuse of in inguinal herniorrhaphy, 1:10 
Antibiotic, griseofulvin^ use of in ringworm, 7:13 
Antibiotics, in oral surgery, use of, 2:24 
Antigen, multiple, for immunization, 1:5 
Aortic homograftj abdominal replacement, results in, 8:6 
Appendicitis, acute, conservative treatment of, 9:11 
Arteries 

carotid, occlusive disease of, 4:12 

renaU occlusive disease of, surgery for, 11:6 
Arthritis 

articular manifestations of chronic ulcerative colitis, 7:7 

psoriatic, 5:13 

rheumiatoid 

anemia of, 7:12 ••:'■•'' ■ . ' 

problems, 1:9 -'^ '' '■ ■ • '*'• -• ■' " 

Assn. of Military Surgeons * *- ' " '- '• '• '" ^" 

convention, 1959* 8:31 -' " ' ■*- ,■ - - '*' 

NC, participation by, 8:19 * "■""' ,'•.-• 

officers fii awards, 11:16 ■,..-_-; 



Asthma, trigger mechanianna in, 1:1? 

Atherosclerosis, diet in Orient, relation to, 9:3 

Aviation medicine 

accident reports, OpNav Form 3550-8 (Rev 5-58), 8:39 

cardiac stress, two-step teat, use of, 8:31 

Qight fatigue, 12:32 

full pressure suit, indoctrination in, 4:33 

parachute descent and landing procedures, 3:36 

physical disqualification of candidates, 6:38 

physical qualifications for assignment to NATTU Schools, 

S:3B 
pressure changes in middle ear after flight, 8:34 

BARR, NORMAN L. , CAPT MC USN, authority on space 

medicine, retirement of, 7;15 
Bats, importance and control of, 1:33 
Bell's palsy, treatment of, 11:9 

Bites, animal, prevention in man of rabies from, 4:9 •• 

Bladder, rehabilitation in spinal cord injuries, 12:10 .* 

lilood 

hypercholesterolemia, treatment for, 4: 1 1 

leuketnia, acute, survival in, 4:10 

pressure, frequency distribution, ages 20-106, 3:4 

transfusion, cadaver blood, use of, 11:10 
Bone 

anorganic 

heterogeneous, host response to, 9:20 
implants, response of, 7:20 , 

disease, Paget' s current concepts, 6:10 . 

fracture, stress, calcaneal, i 1:7 

growth, stimulation by internal heating, 4:18 
Bone marrow, myelofibrosis, rocntgenographic findings 

in, 6:6 
Breast cancer, early treatment, significance of, 5:16 
Burn, therapy In, 11:3 

CALjCIUM hypochlorite, safe handling of, 6:39 
Cancer 

breast, early treatment, significance of, 5:16 

colon, associated with divefticula, 10; 11 

extremities, perfusion techniques, treatment by, 9:9 

gastric, radiologic screening for, 2:14 

gastrointestinal tract, surgery for, 2:2 

nnelanoma, malignant, results of treatment, 6:8 

prostate, 9:7 

uterus, 12:13 

vaccine, effect of, 5:17 . -. . »- 

Carcinoma t , 

colon, with diverticula, 10:11 

prostate, 9:7 -. . ._ i # 

Cardiac arrest, articles ^ films on, 4:37 
Cataracts, cyclotron, 1:3 
Chemicals, industrial and therapeutic, cause of aplastic 

anemia, 7:32 
Chemotherapy of 

leukemia, influence on survival, 4:10 , , 

tumors, approach to, 7:9 
Cholecystitis, acute, conservative treatnaent for, 2:9 
Civil defense, role of dentists in, 9:20 
Colitis, ulcerative, articular nnanifestations of, 7:7 
Collateral circiilation, venous, demonstrated by intraosse- 
ous venography, 7:14 



NOTE: Figures indicate Number and Page in Volume 34, For example, 
ABC WARFARE DEFENSE, course in, 9:18 indicates that this 
item may be foiind in Vol. 34, No. 9, Page 18. 



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Colon 

carcinonrja and diverticula of, 10:11 

irritable, syndrojne of, 10:7 
Commendation^ Res. companies (dental), 10:Z5 
CommiflBuratOTnyj postmitral s/ndrome, 3:17 
Gushing 'a syndrome, 5:10 

DEEP-FREEZE - 6l" - volunteers invited for, 8:19 
Dental care FY 1959^ 5:28 
Dental caries 

elinnination of, reducing lactobacilli count, 12:25 
prevention of by use of phosphorus, 5:27 
Dental extraction, pulmonary infarction following, 1:26 
Dental research, USN - New Zealand, 11:22 
Dental Service Report [DD-477), errors in, 4:30 
Dental standards for submarine personnel, S:25 
Dental technician training, 10:24 

Dentistry in the Modern Age, " exhibit. Dental Congresa, 9:20 
Dentists, in civil defense, role of, 9:20 

Diabetes mellitus, complications, x-ray findings in, 12:7 
Diarrhea of travelers, 9:38 

Diet in Orient, relation to atherosclerosis, 9:3 
Directives 

BuMed Instructions 

1120. 15D, permanent and temporary appointment in 

MSC, Regular Navy, 7:19 
1500. 4B, professional examinations and memberships 
in civilian societies for medical and dental officers, 
reporting of, 7ll9 
1520. IDA, residency training, appUcation for, ID; IS 
1520.13, residency training, reporting of, 10:18 
3500. 1, training in first-aid and self -aid, 10:18 
5100. IB, use of flammable anesthetics, 12:19 
5400. IH, tables of organization. Res. FY 1960, 6:25, 

7:23, 8:27 
5512. 2, name-plate identification for Med. Dept. pfT~ 

sonnel, wearing of, 3:20 
6230. 10, vaccinia imm^une globulin, availability of, 6:16 
6320, 4F, hospitalization and subsistence rates, 1:24 
6320. 5G, Sup i, open-heart surgery utilizing extra- 
corporeal circulation, 2:23 
6320. 22A, dependents' care outside U.S. and Puerto 

Rico, 12:19 
6700. IB, m^edical and dental equiprrient; maintenance 

and repair program, 8:20 
6700. 5B, medical and dental spaces in vessels of Res. 
fleets. 6:24 
BuMed Notice 

6230, influenza, vaccination program, 4:28 
BuPers Instruction 

5400- IH, tables pf organization, Res. , 7:23 
Discipline, nature of, 12:25 
Disease vector control courses, 9:30 
Di V e rt i c ulum 

colon, multiple, with cancer, 10:11 
Meckel's, in children's hospital, 6:5 
Driving hazards after sundown, 11:37 
Drugs, new, basis for use, 4:6 
Dumping syndrome, physiology of, 4:15 
Dupuytren's contracture, surgical treatnaent for, 3;12 

EARPLUGS, use of in noisy environment, 10:38 

Ears, pressure changes in middle ear after flighty 8:34 

EDTA, in lead absorption, 5:32 

Embolism 

amniotic fluid, 2:16 

thromboemboHsra, 8:2 
Emphyseina, concurrence with peptic ulcer, 3:8 



Encephalitis, eastern eqiiine, 9:26 
Endocrines^ relation to peptic ulcer, 11:12 ■ 
Eosinophilic peritonitis, S:4 
Epidemiiology 

bats, irnportance and control of, 1:30 

communicable diseases, worldwide, WHO report, 1958, 
3:26 

encephalitiBj, eastern equine, 9:24 

influenza, vaccination for, 1959*1960, 9:27 

paratyphoid fever, outbreaks of, in Calif. , 1957-1958, 6:38 

rabies, in man, prevention of, 4:9 

rickettsioses in U.S. , 10:2 

schistosomiasis, in Puerto Rico, control of, 9^28 

typhoid fever, carrier located by sewage sampling, 1;30 
Epinephrine, effect on thyroid, 8:14 
Examinations, physical, value of periodic, 2:38 
Exhibit, "Dentistry in the Modern Age, " Dental Congress, 

9:20 
Exhibits, USN, atA.D. A. session, 6:21 
Eyeglass frames, S-7 style, 4;2l 
Eyes, cataracts, cyclotron, 1:3 

FACINGS and backings (dental), procurement of, 10:23 
Federation Dentaire Internationale, members' visit NDS, 

9:20 
Film award to "Color Vision Deficiencies, " 4:i8 
Film, "The Navy Dental Corps, " 8:26 
Fish, venomous stings of, 1:30 
Flask, denture, 12:27 
Flight fatigue, 12:32 
Fluoridation of drinking water 

distribution, in U. S. , 4:29 

statement by Sec. , HEW, 3:22 
Folic acid, use of In medical practice, 6;12 
Food 

milk, dried, aa-iiitatiu.u uf, 1:39 

vending machines for, sanitation of, 10:15 
Food establishment sanitation 

essentials of, 1:35, 6:34 

in refrigeration, 9:33 
Fractures, stress^ of calcaneus, U;7 
Full pressure suit, indoctrination in, 4:33 

GAGGING patients, management of (dental), 4:Z9 

Gallbladder, infection, acute, conservative treatment of, 2:8 

Gastric suction, postoperative, 12:12 

Gastrointestinal tract 

dumping syndrome, physiology of, 4:15 
peptic ulcer and pulmonary emphyserna. 3:8 
surgery, for cancer of, 2:2 

Gonorrhea, resistance to penicillin, 6:32 

Griseofulvin, use of in ringworm, 7:13 

HAMILTON* ALICE, M. D. , pioneer of industrial medicine, 

2:29 

"Hard Work Will Never Hurt Morale, ' 3:19 
Heart 

cardiac stress, two-step test in aviation naedicine, 8:31 

commissurotomy, postmitral syndrome, 3:17 

coronary disease, mortality in occupational analysis, 5:35 

fibrosis, myocardial, 12:5 

valvular lesions, mitral, criteria for operability, 10:5 
Heart failure 

changing views in, 12:3 

roie of kidney in, 8:12 
Hemiplegia, rehabilitation in, 4:13 
« Hernia, inguinal, antibacterials in repair of, 1:10 
Histoplasmosis, pulmonary, 8:9 



Medical News Letter, Vol* 34, Index 



History of Medical Department, USN» 4:3 
Historical Fund of the Navy Medical Department* 1: 

5:2. 7:2, 9:2, 11:2 
Homograft, aortic, 8:6 
.Hospital sanitation, 11:33 
Hypercholesterolemia, treatment for, 4;11 
Hyperthyroidism, diagnostic test for, 8:14 
Hypertension 
arterial 

experimental, Salt and renal mass in, 5:18 
surgery for, in occlusive renal artery disease, 
Hyperthyroidism, treatment with radioiodine, 12:6 

4:32 



11:6 



ID CAItDS, new, for inactive Rea., 
Ileus, procaine in, 8:5 
Immunity and properdin, 10:10 
Immunization 

military, filtn release, 12:18 

multiple antigen for: ;*. 

diphtheria 
pertussis 
poliomyelitis 
tetanus, 1:5 

poliomyelitis, USPHS scKedule for, 2:18 

tetanus^ 11:31 

trachoma^ vaccine developed at NAMRU-2, 12:15 
Implants, anorganic bone, response of, 7:20 
Industrial Environment Manual - Evaluation and Control 

(PHS Pub. 614). 2:39 
Industrial medicine. Dr. Alice Han::ilton, pioneer in^ 2:29 
Infarct, lung, after dental extraction, l:Z6t 
Influenza, vaccination for, 1959-1960. 9:27 
In Mennoriam, 4:23, S:17 
International College of Surgeons, RADM B. W. Hogan, 

Honoraxy Fellow, S:13 
Intestinal obstruction, procaine in, 8:5 
Intravenous nutrition, new concepts, 3:10 
Intraosseous venography, in portal hypertension, 7il4 

JOINT DISEASE 
arthritis 

psoriatic, 5:13 
rheumatoid 

anemia of, 7:12 
problems in, 1:19 
articular manifestations of chronic ulcerative colitis, 7:7 

KIDNEYS 

in congestive heart failure, role of, B:l2 

renal mass and salt in experin:iental hypertension, 5:18 

surgery for hypertension, in occlusive renal artery 

disease, 11:6 
tubular necrosis, acute, 7;3 

LACTOBACILLI count reduction, after caries elimination, 
12:25 

Lead absorption, EDTA therapy in, 5:32 

Leadership 

responsibility of, 11:24 
training for, 10:21 

Lenic acid, in treatment of hyperci-olesterolemia. 4:11 

Leptospirosis, clinical characteristics of, 7:7 

Letter, from 

Chief, USN Mission to Haiti to Surgeon General, ! :20 
Commandant, USMC, n7th anniv. , BuMed & Surg. , 6: 17 
Comimandant, USMC, 6lstanniv. , Hospital Corps, 1:20 
Commandant, USMC, 47th anniv. . Navy Dental Corps, 6:22 
Leiase. R. , Ens 1915 USNR, NROTC cruise, 7:26 



MSC, 2:40 

Navy Dental Corps, 



Letter, from 

Medical officer (Res), 4:20 

RADM C. W. Schants, 47th anniv. , Navy Dental Corps, 7:20 

The Surgeon General, Finnish Defense Forces, to the 
Surgeon General USN, 13:17 

The Surgeon General USA, 117th anniv. ,BuMed & Surg. ,6:17 

The Surgeon General, 6lsL anniv. , HC, 1:19 

The Surgeon General, 12th anniv. 

The Surgeon General. 47th anniv. 
Leukemia, acute, survival in, 4:10 
Liver 

chronic disease of, manifested by am.enorrhea, 5:15 

function, in surgical conditions, value of, 1;14 
Low back pain 

conservative managernent, 10:33 

diagnosis and treatment, 10:29 

prevention of, 10:31 
Lungs 

function, in surgical patients, 2:6 

histoplasmosis, course of, B:9 

infarct, after dental extraction, 1:26 

pulmonary emphysema and peptic ulcer, concurrence of, 
3:B 

thromboembolism, clinicopathologic correlation in, 8:2 

virus diseases of (WHO report), 6:28 

''MAKING SENSE, " correct use of words, U;l3 
Melanoma, malignant, 6:8 
Message fronrt the Surgeon General 

U7th anniv., Med. Dept. , 4:1 

Res. officer'^s indoctrination, 8:40 
Microwaves (radar)' exposure, medical considerations of, 

7:35 
Middle ear pressure, changes after flight, 8:34 
Military pediatrics, section, Am. Acad. Pediat. , 11:18 
Milk, dried, sanitation of, 1:39 

Mitral valve lesions, criteria for operability of, 10:5 
Motor vehicle 

accidents, Navy personnel in, 3:3 

safety, rules for turnpike driving, 9:37 
Myasthenia gravis, treatment of, 1:11 
Myelofibrosis, roentgenographic findings in, 6:6 
Myocardial fibrosis, diffuse, 12:5 

NATTU Schools, physical qualifications for, 8:38 

Naval Reserve terminology, 10:27, 11:E8 

Navy Doctor, The, career of, 4:38 

Navy Mutual Aid, terminal dividend increase, li;:16 

Nerves, facial. Bell's paLsy, 11;9 

New Zealand, joint research with USN (dental), 11:22 

Noise, use of earplugs, 10:38 

Nutrition, intravenous, 3:10 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, health officer, local, role of, 

5:37 
Occupational medicine 

coronary disease, mortality in, 5;35 

industrial chemicals, cause of aplastic anemia, 7:32 

lead absorption, EDTA therapy in, 5:32 

low-back pain 

conservative management, 10:33 

diagnosis |( treatment, i0:29 

prevention of, 10;31 
ozone, exposure to, 2:36 

radiation, industrial medical problem, 7;29 
respiratory disease, control of, 11:28 
solvents, organic, safety in use of, 2;37 
tetra-ethyl lead poisoning, 5;30 



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Occupational medicine (continued) ' ' ■ 

threshold limit values, 10:36 ' " '' ' • ' 

ventilation, industrialj 2:30 

weldingf hygiene of, in USN shipyards, 2:33 

Oral surgery 

antibiotics in, 2:24 ' ' 

tranquilizing drugs in, 6:21 ' m ■ ' 

Orthopedic serninar, 8;17 ■ '■ '< ' 

Ozone, exposure to, 2;36 

PAGET'S disease, current conceptj 6:10 - ' 

Parachute descent and landing procedures, 8:36 
Paralysis, facial (Bell's palsy), 11:9 
Paratyphoid fever, outbreaks of in Calif. , 6:3S 
Penicillii , resistance of gonococci to, 6:32 
Peptic ulcer 

concurrence with pulmonary emphysenna, 3:8 

gastric cooling, in managen:ient of, 9:12 ■ 

relation of endocrines to, 11;12 

treatment, antacids, 2^10 
Perfusion techniques, cancer of extremities, treatment of, 

9:9 
Pericarditis, managennient of, 9:5 .^ i ? " 

Periosteal elevator, standardized, {dental), 7:22 
PeritonitiSj eosinophilic, 8:4 
Personnel news (Dental Corps), 8:26, 9:23 
Pests and pesticides, spiders, control of, 1:3 1 
Philippine Arn:ied Forces Dental Service, 5th anniv. , 6:22 
Physical 

disqualification of flight students reporting, 8:38 

examinations^ flight, 12;38 
Plastic bags, hazard to children, 1:29 
Poison control centers' directory, 5:40 
Poisoning 

fish stings, venotnous, 1:3- 

lead, EDTA therapy In, 5:32 

spider, 1:31 1 

tetraethyl lead, occupational, 5:30 
PolioTTkyelitis immunization 

multiple antigen for, 1:5 

USPHS schedule for, 2:1B ' ' - '- * 

Portal hypertention, intraosseous veriography in^ 7:14 
"Preventive Medicine Laboratory Methods, " discontinued, 

11:37 
Procaine hydrochloride in intestinal obstruction and ileus, 

8:5 
Professional meetings 

Med. Dept. , participation in, 8; 17 

Dental Corps, participation in, 12:28 
Promotion 

point credits, criteria for earning (Res), 12:29 

policy, revision of (Res), 4;31 
Properdin and immunity, 10:10 
Prostate, carcinoma of, 9:7 

Public health, training in civilian institutions, 11:18 
Publications available to Reservists, 11:27 
Pulmonary embolism, ciinicopathologic correlation in, B;2 
Pulp capping (dental), technique for, 8:24 ' --'- • 

QUALIFICATIONS 

physical, for assignment to NATTU ScKool, 8:38 = 

questionnaire, revision of {Res), 9:24 '■' 

RABIES, in man, prevention of, 4:9 ' "' 

Radar, exposure to, medical considerations Of, 7:35 - --' ■ 
Radiation ' _ ■ 

cyclotron, cataracts from, 1:3 ' " '"" ' " " ■ 

industrial medical problen^, 7:29 



Radiation (continued) "■ ' ' • 

microwaves, "fexposure to* 7:35 
Radiation exposure, evaluation building, NNMC, 

9-A6 ' ■ 

Radioactive waste materials, I0i3fl 

Radioiodine, treatment of hyperthyroidisni, 12:fe *' 

Radiology 

intraosseous venography, in portal hypertension, 

7:14 ■ ■ ■ ■ 

roentgenographic findings in ■ r ■ 

diabetes mellLtus, complications, 12:7 
myelofibrosis, 6:6 

sickle cell aTiemia, B:8 ■ ' ^ 

screening, for gastric carcinoma, 2;14 ■ - \ 

Rehabilitation " ' * 

bladder, in spinal cord injuries, 12:10 • •■ ' •',■'■' 

in strokes, prognosis for, 4:13 ■ ' '- 

Research ' i ■'■' < ■ • ■ 

dental, USN - New Zealand, 11:22 ■ '' 

experience in, value to practicing physician, 9:14' 
medical, value to physician, 10:13 •• 

reports, 3:20, 4:23, 8:21, 12:19 ' ■' 

Reserve '.■•■" 

AcDuTra, FY I960 

go's, seminars fox, 1;27 - ■■ - 

disease vector control, 1:27 * •■ • ■ ' ; 

diving medicine, 1:27 ' ' . '• 

field medicine, 2:26 ■ ^ 

Hospital Corps, 2:26 

Hospital Corps Class "A" Schools, 2:26 ■ '- 

life sciences, serninar, 2;26 

medical military, li27 ' ' ' 

MSTS ships, 1:27 

national resources conferences, 2:26 • ■ '' ' 

pay for, acceleration of, 5:29 

research methods, senriinar in, 2:26 

ship activation {Res. Fleet), 2:26 

submarine and diving nnedicine, research seminar, 

2:26 
submarine medicine, on-the-job, 2:26 
active duty, policy change for enlistees, 6:25 
dental connpanies, curriculum for training, 2^25 
promiotion point credits, 12:32 

qualifications questionnaire, revised, 9:24 "' 

retention inactive status, 5:28 ' - 

retired, transfer to without pay, 9:24 
seminar for CO's (dental), 11:26 

tables of organization, FY i960, BuPers Inst. 5400. IH, 
6:25, 7:23, 8:27 
Reserve Medal, Arm.ed Forces, eligibility for, 3:25 ■ 
Respiratory disease, in industry, control of, 11;28 - 

Rheumatic fever, streptococcal infections in, 5:12 " 

Rickettsial diseases in U- S. , status of, 10. 2 
Ringworm,, griseofiilvin, us& in, 7:13 ' *' '' 

SAFETY " - ■ . -■ 

calcium hypochlorite, handling of, 6:39 ' ^ '•'" 

driving, hazards after sundown, 11:37 ' '■ • '' " - ■' 

driving, on turnpike, rules for, 9:37 --"' 

fish stings, venomous,, 1:30 ,«- .. 

naotor vehicle accidents. Navy personnel in, 3:3 
ozone, exposure to, hazards of, 2:36 '" 

plsstic bags, hazard to children, 1:29 ' "•"' * 

solvents, organic, use of^ 2:37 - ' '* '■' 

.spiders, control of, 1:31 ' "^ '-"^ '■ ' ' ' 

ventilation, industrial, 2:30 " ' ' ' '■ 

weldings in USN shipyards, hygiene of, 2:33 ■"' '" '' 

Salmonella blockley, outbreak in Calif, j 6:3B 



Medical News Letter, Vol. 34, Index 



Sanitation 

food establishment 

easentiais of, 1:35, 6:34 
refrigeration in, 9:33 

in hospitals, 11;33 

of ven^iing machines {foods and beverages), 10:15 
SchistDfiomiasls, in Puerto Rico, control of, 9:28 
Seminar^ Res., for CO's (dental), 11:26 
Sickle cell anemia, roentgen changes in, 8:5 
Silver nitrate, effects of> (dental), 10:21 
Solvents, organic, safety in use of,_ 2;37 
Spiders, control of, 1:31 

Spinal cord injuries, bladder in, rehabilitation of, 12:10 
SF fiBj accurate cQm.pletion of, 8:39 
Stomach 

carcinoma, radiologic screening for, 2;14 

peptic ulcer, gastric cooling in, 9:12 
Streptococcal infectionSj in rheumatic fever, prophylaxis 

in, S:12 
Streis fractures of calcaneus, 11:7 
Stroke, rehabilitation in, 4:13 

Submarine personnel, dental standards for, S:25 
Surgery 

gastrointestinal tract, cancer ofj 2:2 

preoperative evaluation of respiratory function, 2:6 

TABLES of organization, FY 1960, BuFers Inst. 5400. IH. 

6:25, 7:23, 8:27 
Temporomandibular joint, disturbances of, lecture on 

(dental). 11:24 
Terminology of Naval Reserve, 10:27, 11:2S 
Tetanus^ immunization in, 11:31 
Tetra ethyl lead poisoning, 3:30 
Threshold limit values, 10:36 

Thromboembolism, clinic opathologic correlation in, 8;2 
Thyroid 

apathetic thyroidism., 3:15 

epinephrine response,, in hyperthyroidisrn, 8:14 
Tired mother syndrome, 6:14 
Tobacco, consaniption and mortality, 5:6 
Trachoma, vaccine for, developed at NAMRU-2, 12:15 
Tranquiliaing drugs, in oral surgery, use of, 6:21 
Trauma, burns, iKimediate therapy in, 11:3 
Travel immunisation information (PHS Pub. 384) revision 

of, 9:38 
Tubular necrosis^ acutej 7:3 
Tumors, therapy, chemical approach lo» 7:9 
Turnpike driving, rules for, 9:37 
TV optical system (dental & medical), 1I;22 
Two-atep test, in aviation medicine, use of, fi:31 
Typhoid fever, carrier located by sewage aampling, 1:30 
Training 

in civilian institutions, applications for, 5:23 

conventions and meetings 

Ann. Acad. Derm. & Syph. , 11:27 
Am. Phar. Assoc. , 2:28 
Am. Psyche Assn., 4:31 



T raining 

conventions and meetings? (contiinniecij 

Assn. Military Surgeons, 5:21 

Federation Dentaire Internationale, 6:23 

Occupational Health Congress, 7:28 

participation in, by Med. Dept, officers, 10:15 
courses 

ABC warfare defense, 9:18 

correspondence course^ Man Med. Dept. , Parts I & II 
10:26; Part II, 3:24 

disease vector control, 9:30 

medical aspects of missile operations, 8;20 

medical aspects ol modern warfare, 1:21 

occupational rnedicine, 2:39, 3; 19, 3:40 

pathology, AFIP, 4:22 

public health, in civilian institutions, 11:18 
dental 

for continuous training, NDS, 8:25 

endodontics, 1 :25 

maxillofacial prosthesis technician, applications 
requested, 7:22 

schedule for, NDS, 3:22 

oral diagnosis, correspondence course, 7:21 

oral surgery, NNMC, 6:23 

partial dentures, 10:23 

periodontics, 12:27 

Res. companies, curriculum for, 2:25 

technician, applicants requested, 3:23, 10:24 
fitm.s 

medical defense vs. chemical warfare, 4:19 

military immunization, 12:18 
"The Navy Dental Corps, " 8:26 

shipboard inspection, 2;22 
handbooks & manuals 

Industrial Environment Manual (PHS Fuh. 614), 2:39 

prosthetics, technicians' handbook for, 5:28 
HC Division, activation of, NNMC, 6:25 
seminars 

aviation m^edicine, 4:38 

obst. St gynec. , 1:21 

orthopedic, 2:23, 4:3 1 

ULCERATIVE colitis, 7:7 

Uterus, carcinoma of corpus, 12:13 

VACCINE 

cancer^ use in, 5:17 

in trachoma, developed at NAMRU-2, 12:15 
Veins, venography, intraos aeous, 7:14 
Vending machine, sanitation of, 10:15 

Venereal disease, gonorrhea, penicillin resistance in, 6:32 
Ventilation,, industrial, 2:30 

Virus diseases, respiratory (WHO report), 6;28 
Vitam.ins, B22 iJ^s medical practice, 6:12 

WHO* worldwide report on comnnunicable diseases, 3;26 
Welding, in USN shipyards, hygiene in, 2;33 



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